The Orioles bring their beloved slugger back on a big seven-year deal.
The Tigers sign a maybe-hitter, the Dodgers sign a maybe-pitcher and the Padres reinforce their bullpen.
The Marlins spend money in free agency, which is apparently still allowed.
The Red Sox acquired ‘Tek for a reliever, he became their fourth ever team captain, and our new catching metrics help tell us if he was really all that behind the plate.
Ben Revere is reunited with Jon Papelbon in Washington; Drew Storen bids good riddance.
The Mariners, Pirates and Rangers add to their relief corps, while the Braves and Dodgers reunite with a pair of familiar names.
The $52 million dollar man resurfaces in Miami, the Braves sign a few arms capable of eating innings, and the Astros roster yet another outfielder.
The Dodgers get creative while inking one of the last remaining pitching prizes on the market.
The Mets’ post-season hero changes NL East laundry and John Jaso gives the National League a whirl.
Mike Leake heads to St Louis and the Mets sign an outfielder (no not that one).
The Pirates and Athletics take chances on rebound starting pitching candidates, and the Tigers bring in a division rival’s utility man.
The Indians bring in a few veterans, a few spare outfielders find homes, and the Orioles sign a Korean player, but not THAT Korean player.
The White Sox get another big fish, while the rebuilding Dodgers and Reds get prospects. Wait, what?
The Padres acquire the Braves’ young backstop, the Halos grab Yunel Escobar, the Astros re-up with Tony Sipp, and much more.
The Mariners add another first baseman, the Nationals and A’s add to their bullpens and Brett Lawrie joins his fourth organization.
The Cardinals pick up another hitter who will inevitably win a batting title just because.